About the Ebook
Digital Disguises from the master of photography manipulation. Masquerading (as myself) is a see-it-to-believe-it collection of found images in which artist and trickster, Bryan Johnson-French, has expertly used modern technology to seamlessly implant his own very flexible image in place of others effectively displacing their personalities. His victims have been disappeared — he has stolen their identities and their scenes. Could this first volume containing over 200 altered images be the diary of a madman? Is it art? Is it an obsession? It is remarkable and a little twisted, that is certain.